Lorraine Fossi Vauxhall, London ‘Water Vision and Deeper Depth’ FOSSI presents the sea as an embodiment of marvel “Disorientated, yet not lost, one emerges into the unseen entities . . .”. Fossi’s sea is the visual oxygen: come and breathe . . . Large size canvases and smaller works can be viewed in Fossi’s studio, Vauxhall, London. Private and corporate works commisioned. firstname.lastname@example.org www.lorrainefossi.book.fr Medici Gallery 5 Cork Street, London W1S 3LQ Michael Bennallack-Hart, Landscapes, 1st - 23rd December Michael follows in the tradition of the Romantic landscape painters of the 19th century but with a sense of arrangement and approach that is both contemporary and original. In this year’s exhibition, he draws his material from travels in England, the Alps and the south of Italy. t: 020 7821 5555 www.medicigallery.co.uk Peter Georgeson Gallery 27, 27 Cork Street, London W1S 3NG ‘Journey Uninterrupted’ Takingplace from 12th-17th December, Peter Georgeson, an American artist, makes his debut exhibition in London. His work has an opulent, dream-like feel with space, illusion and colour playingstrong influences in Peter’s work. Openinghours: 10-6 daily T: 020 7287 8408 F: 020 7287 2018 email@example.com www.petergeorgesonart.com Highgate Contemporary Art , ‘Janey Sharratt ‘Yellow Dependency’, oil. Medici Gallery , Michael Bennallack-Hart, ‘Dorset Wood’. Gallery 286 , L:Anne Pigalle R: Andrew Ryder, ‘Embellished Polaroid print’, mixed media light sculpture.